Seren Photonics wins business award from EVPF for semi-polar GaN LED development
The event, organised by the European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC), was conceived to enable high potential European technology companies to gain access to over 30 venture finance companies and to present to a panel of investment experts.
Seren’s business plan, presented by CEO Dr Carl Griffiths, highlighted the exciting potential of semi-polar GaN LED development and for other photonic applications and to the significant growth potential for the company as interconnected light emitting devices become ever more embedded in everyday products.
Dr Griffiths, commenting on the award, said, “Receiving this award is an acknowledgement of the growth potential and compelling value proposition offered by Seren’s semi-polar GaN products. As we now begin the process of ramping up to larger volumes and larger wafer sizes, it’s always pleasing to receive positive validation of our business plan.”
Founded in 2009 by venture capital firm FusionIP plc (now part of IPGroup plc), Seren Photonics Ltd is a spin-out from the University of Sheffield. It has commercialised technology developed by Prof. Tao Wang of the Electronic and Electrical Engineering Department and uses nano-engineered structures to enhance the properties of III-Nitride materials.
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